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Reconstruction teams hindered by lack of resources, skills

House committee is “amazed” that groups’ missions in Iraq, Afghanistan are not more defined.

GSA inspector general cleared of whistleblower complaints

Independent office says charges were without merit; Sen. Grassley calls for peace between IG and agency chief.

Veterans subcommittee votes $2.2 million for health facilities

Nearly $1.7 billion is for increases in the projected cost of seven facilities previously authorized.

DHS moves to ramp up cybersecurity in federal agencies

Homeland Security will deploy 50 new intrusion detection systems across government.

Officials question cost, scope of e-mail storage measure

Measure takes aim at the Bush White House's inability to locate hundreds of days' worth of e-mail messages.

Monday vote to limit debate on aviation legislation planned

FAA reauthorization bill has been stalled because of funding dispute over modernizing air traffic control system.

Coast Guard protests House authorization bill maneuver

Substitute language would undermine commandant’s authority, compromise security, White House says.

Senate Democrats to hold hearings on contracting abuses in Iraq

Whistleblowers to testify on waste, fraud and abuse such as theft and double-billing.

Only 3 percent of feds, contractors have received new ID cards

After solving “data quality” issues, OMB finds that the number of workers needing the high-tech cards has more than doubled since its last report.

FBI releases details of expansive data-sharing program

Software will identify criminal activity hotspots, offer mapping and conduct threat level assessments.